Well...the one thing I do not want to do is build unessecary hype here...but I do have some comments on 93L. Will outline them below.
1.) The SW Progress of this system has been stopped all day. It is right where it was at 5AM this morning. 2.) Low level signature has continued to be tennacious. The shear has been there to shread the t-storms away, but the structure of this system is not dissapating: http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/flt/t2/loop-ir2.html 3.) In 48-72 hours...depending on the models you look at, the shear will decrease in the area off the N. FL-GA Coast. If you care for a look see, check out the 850mb-200mb Shear under the Canadian 12Z, GFS 12Z, and the Nogaps 00Z on this site (Unfortunately, the 18Z is bunk on this site today and the 12Z Nogaps did not post either): http://moe.met.fsu.edu/tcgengifs/
Anyhow, the point of discussion is this...If old 93L does continue to remain stationary, hold it's low level structure close to the Gulf Stream (betting man like me would say it spins down) and the Shear lets lets up...Well, that could be a topic for heavy discussion again in 2 days. For now, it's somethig to conjecture about during a slow time.
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